Taunton—The final development phase of Myles Standish Industrial Park was duly noted Friday morning, as state and local officials held a groundbreaking recognizing the addition of two-million square feet of building land.
BOSTON—State Senator Marc R.
Taunton –The city’s premier industrial park got a shot in the arm Tuesday with the announcement of a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration.
TAUNTON—Plans are progressing to establish a life sciences jobs training center in the next expansion of Myles Standish Industrial Park, city, state and federal officials said Monday.
Wednesday July 31 marked the fifth anniversary of our Legislature's passage of the Global Warming Solutions Act, considered one of the most progressive pieces of legislation addressing the global warming and climate change crisis in the country.
BOSTON — State Sen. Marc R.
For the 32nd year, a group of Vietnam veterans from the Taunton area gathered at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fountain on Church Green to hold an overnight vigil, honoring the memories of prisoners or war and soldiers who went missing in action and never returned.
In his letter to the editor on Aug. 25, Senate candidate David Rosa criticizes Sen. Marc Pacheco for his “no” vote on charter schools. Rosa claims Pacheco, with his vote, denied “opportunity to so many students across the commonwealth and specifically to Taunton.”
After just six weeks of construction over Route 24, state officials, a legislator, contractors and local leaders celebrated the completion of a $5.6 million bridge replacement project in Berkley.
I am writing to thank Richard Sylvester for voicing his support for important state assets such as Massasoit State Park in his recent letter to the Taunton Daily Gazette, “Massasoit State Park deserves funding.”